Last weekend, one bride's vision finally came to fruition and I was so excited to have been a part of helping her bring her dream to life! Lindsay, by far, the most organized bride I have ever worked with. She knew exactly what she wanted when it came to her wedding flowers. It made my life a little easier to have such a decisive bride and supportive groom.
Lindsay and Tim exchanged vows on a sunny Friday afternoon in Ocean City, Maryland. The said their vows in Sunset Park. The park was transformed into a wedding paradise.
I created a 6-foot arch decked out in 6 different types of greenery, more than 80 white hydrangea stems, and 3 dozen white roses. The archway turned out beautifully, if you ask me.
When the couple asked me if I had wooden boxes similar to a photo on Pinterest, I remember saying, "No, but I can make those!"... fast forward 3 months and my loving fiancé, Chaz, had manufactured a dozen of these wooden boxes for me. Two boxes flanked either side of the outdoor alter at this ceremony.
More wooden boxes overflowing with coral and white flowers were placed throughout the reception location; The Angler. Six wooden boxes lined the center of the head table.
A collection of mason jars, tiny milk jars, and whiskey bottles were filled with similar blooms and used as centerpieces on other tables throughout The Angler. There were more than 40 centerpieces in total!
The groomsmen wore boutonnieres made of tiny coral spray roses & greenery.
The mother's wore wrist corsages that featured coral spray roses, white stock and cream ranunculus flowers.
The bride and bridal party carried so of the neatest bouquets I have ever made! Unfortunately, I didn't take any photos of the bouquets close-up and am not allowed to post photos of the bridal party just yet - rules of the couple & photographer - so, here's just a sneak peek. I can't wait to see the beautiful photos that were taken during the event.
Congratulations, Lindsay & Tim!!